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taken to the streets? to discuss this i'm joined by ian beg who is a research fellow at the london school of economics. so professor beg, we hear talk this being the worst recession since the second world war. is it? >> it's been a long recession and it's very slow to see any kind of recovery. but it's also worth remembering statistically although being one of the worst in the last century, we actually today are as well off as in 2006. we've only gone back by a few steps. >> is it simply a case that it feels like the worst recession that anyone can remember? >> it's the fact that it hasn't gone to a recovery phase. tore used to in a recession have a deep downturn followed bay quite rapid recovery. it takes longer to readdress individual positions in their debt. and that means that it lasts much longer than everybody expects because everybody tries to save. >> so if things aren't very bleak across europe, why is it that in some countries as in greece and in spain we've seen the protest? >> i put greece out on its own because the magnitude of the downturn in greece has been phenomena
hours left for 2012. we're heading downtown for a look at how baltimore is prepping for tonight's beg celebration. >> and a car roll county man loses control of the damage. >>> what will the weather be like as we heado
] i beg pardon sir but perhaps you prefer to come back tomorrow. evidently his honor is unavoidably detained. i'll wait. yes sir [music] [music] you happy darling. yea but i am scared too. of what? i don't know. i've never been scared of nothing in all my life. dr higgins says your. nah it ain't nothing the doctor knows about, something i can't figure out myself. except maybe cause i found something i never had before something i want to hold on to. a place like this a feeling of quiet inside a new slant on things. ah i don't know -i'm talking screwy. no you're not, it makes me so happy to hear you talk like that. happy? fred i am beginning to find you again. [music] ah honey i'm all mixed i can't. you see i made a deal, well how could i know that i meet up with a girl like you. i rather cut my arm off than hurt you. [music] i like to puzzle it out for just a couple of minutes myself. its alright darling. [music] [music] [dramatic music] that was a very touching scene. what are you gum-shoeing around for. i have some nice news for you, do you remember i promised that if you'd help m
is closed. commissioners? >> i'll entertain a motion. >> second. >> commissioner low had a question, i beg your pardon. >> i was going to make the motion to move but also say, you know, if you've ever gone to these games to watch the kids play, there's some really talented players out there, it's a great program, i like what you do for the kids out there and i was going to make the motion to approve. >> so, it's been moved. >> second. >> seconded, all those in favor. aye. thank you. >> we are now on item 8, the san francisco marina west harbor. >> good morning, commissioners, i'm mary hobson, project manager of the recreation and parks department capital, i in the p.m. are in charge of seeing the ren vaetion of the marina west harbor, this is a request to approve an increase in contract value for our consultants, construction management firm four leaf, four leaf has been on site overseeing the construction of the project since may of 2011, during that time, they have been responsible for the day-to-day oversight inspection tracking of the schedule and budget processing change orders and es
at one time when then campment was there and to you know, like beggings and asking that you keep us in your good instead and keep us at jefferson when that renovation is complete. thank you. >> thank you. phillips and then debra king. >>> thank you commissioners i'll be brief my name is steven phillips i'm a photographer and a street artist in san francisco and have been on transportation since 1970 and used to live in jefferson and mason and walked down to the agency 'em cafe before it was a pier 39 and sat in the lumbar i can't remember the regard and i recognize how much this city has changed since then and it has made it one of the most remarkable water fronts and it certainly was not back then and i believe the street artists add a tremendous amount of vitality to this city and i'm also happy to be asked and answered question and is we get a dozen of them each day and when i'm across the street i love "where is market street," where is the ferry building," i can't tell you how many times i have been asked that question and i'm alms happy to point them in the right direc
't know what the consequences and side effects are" and this is not as serious as that, but it begs the question to make sure that the language is understandable english and in addition i don't think you're limiting the mailers just to the three languages of chinese, english and spanish; right? >> no, i don't think so. >> so you're including whatever languages are used by the city and county of san francisco in the distribution of election ballots for example? >> yes, as long as they're represented in the deep green district, yes. >> so you're going to have the mailers regionalized by language and geography and demographics? >> yes. >> all right. thank you. >> any other questions? >> commissioner moran. >> thank you chair. we received correspondence suggesting in our effort to fully inform everybody what opt out means that we're getting close to a opt in program that would violate state law, and i assume that we have looked at what the limits are that the law imposes on us. would you elaborate a little bit how what we're doing has been shaped to fit within the state law or on the
to say good morning to you and happy new year's eve to you this morning. >> reporter: we are talk beg secretary of state hillary clinton who is hospitalalized after doctors find a blood clot. we are going to ask about the possible health implications she might suffer. >>> also we are following the last minute negotiations to avoid the fiscal cliff in washington. plus we are going to take a look back at the biggest stories of 2012. >>> we went out and did what we said we were going to do. we within seven straight, won our division and now it is up to us to decide how far we want to go. >> wow, some people were writing them off earlier in the season. robert griffin ii and alfred morris combined as the skins beat the cowboys and they win the nfc east. >>> our 9news delia gonzalez had a massive smile all morning long. live with reaction from the fans, i love the play by play you had with paul lester this morning. >> reporter: i think he is on his second cup of coffee. third cup. look at that. it is going to be a long morning, i'm in for it, he is going to be really hyper. i only stayed up
done today and over the weekend, nothing for the house to vote on, which begs the question, if we go over the cliff, which it appears likely, what next? >>guest: the i.r.s. has postponed the withholding tables so we have a few more days. but the senate has not pass add budget in 1,341 days. i did not expect them to work quickly today but hopefully they can put something out that includes spending cuts because that is the problem. we have the fiscal cliff and the debt ceiling and again, that remains a problem and any deal that ignores spending is no real solution and just punts and makes it more difficult down the road. >> how do you get leverage negotiating around the debt ceiling, it is the second time in two year we have blown past the ceiling but no one cares? there is no leverage? >>guest: the bad debt deal creates the situation today 17 months ago and we will face that again in a couple of months but i hope, the last thing remembers want to do is have any say on the potential deal. we will hear the details in the next couple of hours and get final details out to us but it looks
. where's his duds? i beg pardon. his duds-- his rags-- clothes! whose clothes sir? the judges i got to get dressed and get to st louis quick. what am i a judge or an undertaker? ain't he got nothing with fancy strips? fancy strips? ah never mind i'll wear one of these. alright you double-crosser i'm coming for you. here you are sir. what are you gonna do? help you into them sir. scram! but sir i scram! yes sir. [door opens] hello miss barbara this is albert. i don't wish to alarm you but the judge is definitely not himself this morning. i'm terribly worried about it. oh that'll be splendid and do hurry please thank you. hey you you! yes sir. get me a ticket on the next plane to st louie. but you you i. you work here don't you? really sir? do you! for a good many years. well get it. but your appointment sir. i got an appointment in st louie which comes first. but plane reservations are hard to get especially on such short notice. okay then call the airport and get me a special plane all to myself. come on. hey i'll need some dough, is there any around? why in the usual place. don't g
do that not in a dictatorial way but not also begging, you know, you cannot say to a musician, excuse me, can you please give me this. even if it is a story of carlos cliver, great conductor that was a friend, great friend of mine. we were very, very good friends. and during a rehearsal, he was asking a german orchestra for a pianissimo. and the players answered almost in a rude way saying i am playing piano, i am playing piano, sometime you have this kind of answer. and clyber answered, said, you know, conductors are not dictators. we are like poor man outside the church. with our hat in the hand. and if we have one penny, we are happy. but if we receive two, we are more happy. so it was a very great answer. we ask, we don't demand we ask for something. and when you have a great orchestra, with a great orchestra you can get what you want. so if you don't get what you want, it's your fault. >> rose: it's your fault if you don't get it. >> for several reasons. because are you not good enough. are you not loved. we are not liked. they don't trust you. you don't have the right technique.
tonight. >>> and kim kardashian's beg [ female announcer ] pillsbury crescents on their own are fantastic but add some sauce, pepperoni and cheese and fold up the crescent dough...and presto! tuesday night just became crescent pizza pocket-tastic pillsbury crescents. let the making begin here's a better idea. pillsbury grands! flaky layers biscuits in just 15 minutes the light delicate layers add a layer of warmth to your next dinner. pillsbury grands biscuits let the making begin. >>> well, it's a long flight to see this. this is sydney, australia, rocking in the new year. thousands lining up along sydney's harbor to watch the mayesive fireworks display. >> awesome shot. >> if you are planning to yew uber-to plansh be prior pedestrian to pay. they're using surge pricing. soo when more being available, the price will go back down. customers should expect to pay twice the normal fares tonight. in some cases there could be a minimum of $100. >>> i guess if you have a lot of people. >>> coming up on news4, going dark. why 2013 means the iconic american light bulb is a thing of the past. >>>
. ending the year up 7% which begs the question where we had in 2013 and how you should position yourself. here with their own outlook, one more bullish than the other, editor of money news all to the wealth report and portfolio manager. all-star with you. >> i think stocks are going to head higher in 2013. i think a lot of other countries will possibly do better than we will hear in the u.s. our earnings are priced pretty fairly. stocks are not undervalued or overvalued. they are undervalued in places like china and india. at think that's where lot of the money will go. we will go up in u.s. stock market, but we will see even bigger percentage rises in both china and india. gerri: all right. when you look at this the thing folks are seeing a $600 billion hit to the economy. higher taxes, lower government spending. gerri: we are probably going to see amid cycle slowdown. importantly valuations are not that attractive. the bond market is really in a bowl. stocks are up 20-25% depending upon which markey looking at. we would say in 2013 whereas in 2012 the issue was still be -- guard agains
if you were dispersed elsewhere. man: begging your pardon, this is a communal toilet, and i was in the queue. get yourself down the other bloody landing! hilda: i can't do this on my own! jenny: yes, you can. i want you to take nice, steady breaths in between each contraction. it will help you to feel a lot calmer. good. [alarm blaring outside] oh, thank god! thank god. [cries] who sent for an ambulance? it wasn't necessary at all. if you really want to be of help, you will boil a kettle, fill some hot water bottles, fetch clean, dry towels, a basin, and a blanket. hilda: i'm going to need forceps again! sister julienne: thank you, gentlemen, for your attendance. all is in order, for the meanwhile. man: all right, sister. jenny: i want you to inch forward for me, hilda. that's it. good girl. it moved. i can't have it here! i haven't had my enema! vertex is visible, sister. sister julienne: shall i tell you something, hilda? you're doing splendidly. nurse lee and i aren't going to leave your side. oh... now, on this next contraction, i want you to make as little noise as poss
. then two weeks later, three weeks later, kennedy himself is assassinated. and as you said before, this begs the question that historians argue about. we will probably keep arguing about that the next 50 years. what kennedy has mounted to -- what he have pulled out of the american troops in vietnam and the advisers if we didn't yet have the troops and the great numbers of the combat troops there? and you are doing think that indications are that he would have come in and you cite various sources about that. curious just to challenge that a little bit. there is a wonderful book by a story called choosing war which you probably know. in which he says that the viet cong attacks were doubling in november from the month before and south vietnam and that there were meetings of kennedy's tauter advisers which i think finished up the day before kennedy was assassinated. this would be a good film. and incidentally the viet cong we are going to win if they didn't do something very quickly. so, not to challenge the members of people who were devolve in the sand kennedy would have pulled out, but wouldn
that gets us at some distance down the road. can congress do beg or even medium things anymore, and is that a new trend or not? >> well, it's a culmination of a trend, obviously, that's been taking place for a generation. the answer seems to be no that given the current climate in washington, dwichb the idealogical complexion within both parties, there's really not the incentive for a grand bargain. in the absence of that, what you have is apparently deadline improvization to just get past this crisis, but do no more than get past the crisis. >> although people say they want this grand bargain, but you say what about we do this and this and this. maybe people want small. i want to talk about most people come out of this -- most people who are involved probably come out of this not looking that great. one person getting good press today at least is joe biden. what is the sort of biden role here? this is a guy who spept ayalon time in the senate. he is seen as now he is brokering it and is the dance partner mitch mcconnell wanted. what does that mean for biden as we move forward?
, at the end of the day it is gift. >> chris: one thing the economy -- the business community was begging for, it was certainty from washington. we don't care what you do. good policy, bad policy, give us a policy we know we'll live under for the next few years and we can start to make decisions. i don't see how a business man would have any idea what will happen as a result of what is happening here or looking ahead two months to the debt ceiling. >> i agree. i think obama -- president obama out maneuvered the congressional republicans. maybe it isn't hard, sometimes, but can't out maneuver reality and the reality is we are running a $1 trillion deficit and the deal does nothing about that and does nothing to stimulate economic growth and irresponsibly cuts defense and we'll pay a terrible price for that, as a country, and he is the only president we have and this is where -- i'm not making it a partisan point, a terrible failure of leadership, he's the president and the truth is, the speaker can't do it and minority and majority leader can't do it. he has to be serious about dealing with re
up beg-time. we'll also keep a close eye on the situation. by the way, matt mccall will join us coming and you he will break down all the difficult taxes and how it affects your wallet. so stay tuned for that. heather: well a scathing new report blaming the state department for failing to respond to security threats at the u.s. consulate in libya. now the report by the senate homeland security committee says that the consulate became increasingly unstable in the months leading up to the terror attack. retired four-star general jack keane is a former vice chief of staff of the army and a fox news military analyst. thank you so much for joining us. >> glad to be here, heather. heather: i want to begin with something undersecretary for management patrick kennedy noted for a briefing on the committee. benghazi was flashing red around the time of the attack. that is what this report is called, flashing red. despite the increasing threat in the region and the apparent vulnerability of the compound no one seemingly recommended closing the facility or even shutting it down temporarily a
the euro. new leadership, pay cuts, higher taxes as their weary government begs for more cash. committing to save the euro. it lives on, but for how long? >> the deadliest month to date as the assad regime intensified its air power. >> how much longer can this man hold on to power? bashar al assad was under even more intense pressure to step down but his regime stepped up the fire power against the opposition, civilians caught in the crossfire, more than 40,000 people have died so far. >> reporter: this is yet another bread line. >> the opposition fights on, making more dramatic gains than ever and gaining pledges of support from the international community. number one, she fought back from the brink of death after being attacked on a school bus. the taliban shot malala yousafzai. she survived, wake up in a british hospital and, according to her father, immediately asked for her school books. the world was gripped, moved and inspired by the story of one determined young girl facing down an entire network of armed militants and winning. zain verjee, cnn, london. >>> next, the stories that
headline out of washington, d.c. it begs the question, where do stocks go from here? if we do get a partial deal on the fiscal cliff, what analysts say would happen is we'd probably see a modest sell-off with the tone more negative as time goes on. with a partial deal, there's less certainty for the marketplace. without a deal at all, there could be a rude awakening for investors when everybody wakes up up and goes back to work on wednesday and when the market re-opens. it's not a given that congress will do something. some experts are actually hoping to see a big sell-off in the market and could inspire policy-making. one points out although the market is a disciplinarian, it's not a sure thing that we get a clean and lasting solution. something the market is looking for. suzanne. >> thank you. >>> president obama expected to speak at the white house. we're looking at about five minutes away or so. we'll bring it to you live as soon as he begins. we'll have, of course, our team of reporters to do some analysis. we'll take a quick break and be right back. >>> welcome to viewers across the c
beg your pardon. oh, effie, we have a visitor. do come in. oh thank you. do you always welcome masked men with such open arms? why shouldn't we? you have an honest chin. besides, we always say it's a man's own business to choose what he wants to wear. i wish more people thought that way. the reason i'm here... oh effie, the man looks hungry. offer him some soup. thank you very much. i'd like to stay but i haven't time. you see i'm trailing a man who just stopped here. i thought he might have harmed you. that nice man? he wouldn't harm a fly. i'm afraid he would, ma'am. he happens to be an escaped convict. oh he couldn't be. why all he wanted was some food for his journey. did he drop a hint as to where he was headed? not a word, mister, and we're not the ones to pry. then i better be after him, fast. oh, before you leave... i'm sorry, i really can't stay. oh yes you can. reach. drop them guns. easy. oh thank goodness you got back. we were afraid we couldn't hold him for you. you done fine ladies, just fine. you're even lower than i thought you were dooley: taking advantage of t
of change. 2013 is coming. we can't have the same issues. it's not supposed to be fair on everyone. so i beg you, let's try something different. [applause] >> how about the female speaker from the northwest? anybody from the northwest? yes. >> whatever we do, i try to think different -- >> your name. >> i am anthony dames friend northwest. whatever we do, trying to pick something different in so many places is difficult, especially when there's more important things to focus on. [applause] >> okay, time is slightly against us. i now need to call in order to conclude the debate from the northeast, mr. matthew wilson. [applause] >> thank you, mr. speaker. transport has become a necessity. we use it to get educators, to get health care and to get employment. in recent years, transport it backwards. crisis have rocketed in the liability has made young people's lives are difficult. today we have heard that cost is the biggest issue for young people. statistics have shown that 16 to 18-year-olds the other transport fares are too high. to put them into context, that is more than double the populati
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